This episode of Radio Ambulante addresses our dependence on technology and our fascination with social networks in a light positive story. Edith, an older woman in Peru finds herself unexpectedly widowed and very sad. Through a lap top computer and Facebook account her son sets up, she rises from her grief and depression to reconnect with friends from childhood and ultimately find a chance at happiness again. This episode is excellent for Heritage Learners or Advanced Placement classes preparing for the test working on the theme of technology. My students and I particularly enjoyed the episode because of its levity. Often Radio Ambulante deals with pressing social issues and can leave students with a sense of frustration from the problems that character face. This episode however is upbeat and fun. Students enjoy discussing their own Facebook relationships and how they still use the application to stay connected with friends and family members back in their home countries. Episode is nearly 30 min in length and can easily be cut in half to help students understand everything. Download includes: key vocabulary for comprehension, 14 chronological questions for listening practice and an essay prompt for student to connect their own experiences to the episode. Answer key included.